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‘Acting talent in droves’ ‒ Luces de Bohemia review

Having been academically obliged to attend last year’s Spanish play, it was refreshing to be able to see a passionately assembled student production without worrying about the graded result. Performed at the Assembly Roxy Theatre, Ramón del Valle-Inclán’s tragicomedy Luces de Bohemia recounts the tale of a blind, failing modernist poet, Max Estrella, as he […]

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“The most painful thing can be the most beautiful” ‒ In conversation with the directors of Luces de Bohemia

For the first time in its thirty year history, the annual Edinburgh University Spanish play has changed hands from the Spanish department to the Spanish Society, bringing with it new ambitions and approaches for the 2019 performance, this year’s being a production of Ramón del Valle-Inclán’s Luces de Bohemia (Bohemian Lights).  Sitting down with two […]